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  • Narrator: The apartment building where George lived was a very orderly place. And that's how Hundley liked it.
  • Doorman: They're here to clean your carpets.
  • (elevator bell dings)
  • Narrator: People came...
  • (an old man with a cane walking)
  • Narrator: ...and people went.
  • Doorman: (whistle blows)
  • (elevator bell dings)
  • Narrator: The elevator arrived...
  • Hundley: Huh?
  • Narrator: ...and people came down the stairs. Everything in Hundley's lobby was orderly and neat.
  • (elevator bell dings)
  • Narrator: Well, almost everything.
  • Hundley: (whines)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: We can't go back into the apartment until the carpet is dry, George. So you stay here in the lobby while I run my errands. All right?
  • Curious George: (hooting)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Okay. Oh, oh, and in case you get hungry.
  • Curious George: Ooh.
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: I won't be long.
  • Curious George: (chatters)
  • Hundley: (growls) (barks)
  • Narrator: Hundley didn't think George should be eating a sloppy apple in the lobby.
  • Hundley: Hmm. (barking) (barking)
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Narrator: George decided it would probably be better to eat his apple someplace else.
  • Curious George: Aha.
  • Narrator: Hundley had never been through this door before... but he was pretty sure it was against the rules to be out here.
  • Hundley: (barking)
  • Curious George: (eats an apple) (tightens the door) Ooh.
  • Hundley: (howling)
  • Curious George: (chattering) (grunting)
  • Narrator: Hundley didn't think George would ever get in that way, so he'd find a better way.
  • Hundley: (sniffing)
  • (whistle blowing)
  • Hundley: Hmm? (dreams about the doorman blowing a whistle)
  • Doorman: (whistle blowing)
  • Hundley: (barking)
  • Officer: (whistle blowing) All right, move it along.
  • Hundley: Hmm?
  • Narrator: At least there was one thing Hundley knew for certain: Home was this way. Or maybe that way.
  • Curious George: (happy chattering) Huh? (puzzled chattering) (gasps)
  • (distant dog barking)
  • Curious George: Aha!
  • (barking continues) (barking grows louder) (barking continues)
  • Narrator: Hundley was getting worried.
  • (Hundley dreams about Curious George swinging back and forth)
  • Narrator: He could just imagine the terrible things that a sloppy monkey was doing to his lobby. When Hundley found his building, it was even worse than he imagined.
  • Hundley: (sad howl)
  • Narrator: But then Hundley saw that... it wasn't his street at all!
  • Hundley: Huh?
  • Narrator: But that meant he had no idea where he was.
  • Hundley: (whimpering)
  • (trumpet playing jazz)
  • Curious George: Huh?
  • Musician: Lots more comin'-- stick around.
  • Man: Come on, guys, let's go!
  • (dogs barking)
  • Curious George: (chattering) (moaning)
  • Hundley: (whimpering)
  • Curious George: (sighs)
  • Hundley: (soft whimper) (moans)
  • (Curious George eats an apple)
  • Hundley: Huh? (barking)
  • (both gasping)
  • Hundley: (excited barking)
  • Narrator: They'd found each other at last.
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Hundley: (licks Curious George's face) (barking)
  • Narrator: Time to go home. But where was home?
  • Hundley: Hmm.
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Narrator: George realized that finding someone works better if you're not lost, too. Hundley worried. What if he never found his way back?
  • (Hundley dreams about the people at the door of the lobby)
  • (crowd shouting)
  • Doorman: Oh, Hundley. What'll I do without Hundley? (sobbing)
  • Hundley: (whimpers) Hundley and George weren't just lost.
  • (distant siren wailing)
  • Hundley: (barks)
  • Curious George: (whimpering)
  • Narrator: They were lost at night.
  • (clock chimes)
  • Narrator: They may not be able to see their way home, but maybe they could hear their way home.
  • Hundley: Huh?
  • Narrator: George tried to remember the noisy stuff he'd passed.
  • (Curious George dreams about a musician playing a trumpet)
  • (playing jazz)
  • Curious George: (imitating trumpet playing)
  • Narrator: Here they were, lost at night, and all this monkey could do was... whatever that was. Then Hundley had an idea. They might not be able to see their way home, but maybe they could hear their way home. He tried to remember what he'd heard.
  • Curious George: (panting) (sighs)
  • Hundley: (snuffling)
  • Curious George: Oh. (chattering)
  • Hundley (quiet barking)
  • Narrator: Now it was up to Hundley's powerful dog ears.
  • (Hundley dreams about a musician with a firetruck)
  • (siren wailing)
  • Narrator: That wasn't the right sound. So the musician couldn't be in that direction.
  • (Hundley dreams about a musician holding a cat)
  • (cat meowing)
  • Narrator: That was either the wrong sound or the musician got his tongue caught in his trumpet.
  • (trumpet playing jazz)
  • Hundley: (loud and excited barking) (dreams about the musician playing a trumpet)
  • (jazz music grows louder)
  • Curious George: (excited chatter)
  • Narrator: Hundley knew they were getting closer because the sound was growing louder and louder. But then it grew softer and softer.
  • Hundley: (barking)
  • (music fades)
  • Curious George: (puzzled chatter)
  • Narrator: Hundley tried to figure out how to explain they'd passed the sound. But there are some things a dog just can't explain to a monkey.
  • (trumpet playing jazz)
  • Hundley: (barking)
  • Curious George: Huh?
  • (music grows louder)
  • Both: (excited chattering and barking)
  • Boy: Shh.
  • Narrator: And so, by working together as a team... George remembering what they had heard...
  • Hundley: (barking)
  • Narrator: ...and Hundley using his sensitive, powerful dog ears...
  • (animal calling)
  • (whistle blowing)
  • Narrator: ...Hundley and George found their way back to the alley behind their home. They were home, thanks to teamwork. Hundley couldn't remember why he ever thought George was trouble.
  • (elevator bell dings)
  • Carpet Cleaner: Rugs all clean, sir. You should see the dirt I picked up. This barrel probably has the filthiest water in the world in it.
  • Curious George: Ooh.
  • Narrator: George really wanted to see the filthiest water in the world.
  • Curious George: Aha! (excited chatter) (chatters with disgust) (screaming) Uh-oh.
  • (loud splash)
  • Hundley: (sad howl)
  • (whistle blowing)
  • (animals calling)
  • (trumpet playing jazz)
  • (howl echoing)
  • Kid #1: Geor can do stuff we can't do. He wandered away from home and got lost.
  • Kid #2: He found his way home by following sounds.
  • Kid #3: What kind of sounds can we hear inour neighborhood?
  • Woman: We're gonna take a walk and then we're gonna stop......and we're gonna listen.
  • (car whooshes by)
  • Kid #2: I heard a car.
  • Kid #4: And now we're on the park.
  • (birds calling)
  • Kid #1: I hear some birds, like, singing a song or something.
  • (birds calling)
  • Kid #4: It sounds like a jungle.
  • (thumping)
  • Kid #1: I hear big trucks up there going hard on the ground.
  • (thumping)
  • (bell clanging)
  • Kid #1: I hear a train. I heard the bell.
  • (bell clanging)
  • Kid #3: The train was leaving.
  • Kid #1: Room...
  • Kid #4: Pa-pa-pa-pa-pa.
  • Kid #1: Rrrr....
  • Kid #4: Whoot... whoot.

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